After scoring 37 points, Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors continue to search for answers while losing skid maintains.
It was a hasty All-Star weekend, filled with absurd long bombs, surprising dunks from point guards, and a lopsided yet entertaining matchup.
When you think of a modern-day NBA 3-point shooter, best bet would be you immediately consider Stephen Curry. But is he the real culprit for the tidal wave of 3’s we watch every game?
The Warriors are starting to build friction in the media surrounding their humbled golden boy, Stephen Curry.
The Warriors are now in a very unique situation against the Raptors and facing untouched territory.
The Golden State Warriors were searching for answers after their 118-109 loss in Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
So what does this mean for the Warriors? Well, we have to close our eyes and rewind back before Durant took his talents to the Golden State.
Back in the 2015-16 season, when the Warriors’ superstar Stephen Curry won the first unanimous MVP the league has ever seen, it’s impossible to think he could beat it.
Golden State’s superstar Stephen Curry, finally exploded in Game 3 scoring a Playoff-high 35 points against the Houston Rockets.
Sunday nights All-Star game was clearly a better matchup in recent years.
It’s the 25th of December, Christmas Day (if that's your thing), and it’s one of the NBA’s biggest TV watching days of the year.
The long-range pull-up shot has never really been in the game of NBA.
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